Ibis Barcelona Meridiana
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Barcelona Meridiana
I love to stay at ibis Hotels, its always great.
It takes about 20min from the airport to the Hotel,which is in a built in a mall which is great from women :) Breakfast was nice the stuff was super friendly they tried to help us with everything.
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What a jam-packed day.
We started the morning with a trip to the bank to get Alana's ATM card back. The ATM had eaten her card and not returned it the night before when she went to take out some money. Banks in Valencia open early, so by 8:45, we were finished and had her card back with ease. On the way back to the hotel, Alana got to see …
... a hill. It reminded us of San Francisco streets. After hiking to the top, we rested our calves and then headed inside. We were met with marvelous panoramic views of Barcelona with the Mediterranean Sea acting as a backdrop. We hiked up to one of the highest points and took pictures from there while listening to the worst Elvis impersonator ever sing songs and strum his guitar. Before heading back down, we stopped at a bar for a round of beers and ...
... the parrots in the park below. It really was a pretty awesome start to the day.
Fortified, but kind of late, we headed downtown. One of the things I missed during my first day trip to Barcelona was La Boqueria, the central food market, because it wasn’t open on Sundays. We walked in, and it was a riot of people, colors, smells, and sounds. At the entrance to the market you have the fruit stands, with cups of sliced fruit ...
"So where are you from?"
A question I've easily heard over 100 times in the past month. Anyone who travels has heard this countless times, as well as "How long are you traveling for?" "Why are you traveling?" "Where were you before/going after?" "Are you alone?" "Which was your favorite city?"
This is all polite back and forth small talk you make dozens of times a day, you find a connection, speak for another 5 minutes, and 90% of the time ...
... up finding one place that was a meal deal for 10 euro. I had soup, bread, two glasses of wine, fried calamari, fish paella, blueberry mousse, coffee, some other bread dessert and a shot of some liquor. it was all 10 euros. We were so confused and thought we were going to be charged so much more but weren't. The food was good and so cheap. After lunch we went to the beach which was right next door, it was sooo pretty. love being by the beach, water was chilly because ...